Sydney is a bustling city with many things to see and do. From one off shows where the performer is only on the continent for one night, to running exhibitions at one of the many museums that may last for months at a time. There are things for all ages, all tastes, all budgets, and all activity levels. There are superb activities for people to do solo as well as awesome group activities.
Sydney is a popular destination for families travelling together, educational tours for school groups, team building exercises, and corporate events. Whether you are a Sydneysider or will be visiting Sydney there is sure to be something of interest to you on this list of events for May 2015. This list with ten different events happening in and around Sydney May 2015 is a great starting point.
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2015 welcomes the Annual Sydney Comedy Festival for the 11th year in a row. A full month with over 180 different shows celebrating the kings of satire from around the world. Beginning in mid April and going through the 17th of May come get your laugh on. Twenty-two different venues of all sizes and types will be used for different types of performances.
There will be performances geared toward families, adults, kids, cabaret lovers, theatre lovers, stand up, skit, circus, and more. There is even one venue that is listed as top secret and will not be revealed until the day of the show and only revealed to those who are confirmed to go.
Is it possible to give a classic Shakespearean comedy an authentic new twist? Sure it is, when you Shakespeare meets Ballet suddenly you have The Dream. A ballet put on by the Australian Ballet that is inspired by a Midsummer Night’s Dream.
This is not an event but a long term exhibit that can be viewed at the Australian Museum opposite Hyde Park. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition features 100 award-winning images in this year’s exhibition. This year marks 50 years for this prestigious photography event. Witness the natural wonder and diversity of the world we live in.
For all things bead and bead related Sydney would like to welcome the Bead Show. This annual show has thousands of beads to choose from in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Come and shop for casual beading at home or enter the Inspired Colours Competition where first prize is $500.
For David Bowie fans Jeff Duff will be performing Bowie Unzipped for one day in Sydney. Duff is touted as the Australian answer to David Bowie and his performances even receive the official David Bowie stamp of approval from BowieNET.
It is common knowledge that modern Australia was founded and built by convicts. One of the great accomplishments still used today is the Old Great North Road. Convict Footprints on the Old Great North Road is a play that tells the story about the convicts that lived and died building the road.
One of the greatest legal minds of our time in his first one man show ever brings you Dreaming Too Loud - An Evening with Geoffrey Robertson. Robertson is returning home to Australia for this one time performance. He has been in Europe leading the fight for Human Rights. This in your face performance features archival footage, Robertsons’ candid wit, and many personal stories that will give the audience a unique insight into one of the greatest minds of our time.
For those that like to get outside and be one with nature. This leisurely bush walk takes you through Lane Cove National Park. Your guided walk will begin at the Epping train station and down through the Lane Cove National Park. Keep your eyes peeled for birds and other wildlife. Cross many of the creeks and streams along the valley. Then once to the bottom climb back up through Blackbutt Reserve and end at Gordon railway station.
For THE light and sound show to end all light and sound shows once again Vivid Sydney will be on the Opera House for two weeks. This show will illuminate the sails of the Sydney Opera House. Watch the lights dance in time to a most creative sound show.
Ride a bicycle in a radical race from Port Stephens, through the Hunter Valley and ending in Newcastle. This four day bike race is drawing entrants from all over the world. Registration for the 2015 Port to Port MTB is still open and the race will begin on the 28th of May. Register for 1, 2, 3, or all 4 days.
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